We all know that we need to wear dust masks or respirators when working with any ceramic dust. I have unlined bifocals. Every time I put a dust mask on my face, my breath condenses on my glasses or the mask just pushes the glasses up enough so that I can't see through the part I need to look through. I hate masks as much as I hate gloves, but I realize the necessity of the masks. Does anyone have any advice about how I may see and breathe at the same time while leaving my hands free to work? There must be something simple that I'm just missing because I get so annoyed.
Marian65Member Since 04 Jun 2010
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